Philly Hops Releases Roster of its Spring 2013 Team Building Programs with Philanthropic Donations

Philly Hops Team Building & Training releases its roster of Philanthropic Team Building programs. Philly Hops philanthropic programs are experiential team building activities that improve teamwork by inspiring professional groups of all kinds to work
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Philadelphia, PA ( March 18, 2013 - Philadelphia, PA - March 10, 2013 - The importance of team building exercises is well known within the corporate world. Philly Hops owner, Betty Robinson, provides a large variety of customized team building programs to organizations throughout the U.S. today announced the firm's Spring 2013 roster of Philanthropic Program selections.

"Our programs are fun and interactive events in which participants are actively and emotionally involved," said Robinson. "Programs are creative and thought-provoking learning experiences that develop high-performance team skills."

Philly Hops philanthropic programs are specially designed for professionals in a wide array of disciplines to engage their senses and stimulate the imagination. Collaborative efforts and communication skills are key features of each activity that respects the individual, encourages teamwork in all its many facets, and draws upon teams' collective experiences to arrive at innovative solutions. Programs can be customized to meet the client's individual needs and requirements.

One of the firm's most popular Philanthropic team building programs is Videos That Change Lives in which teams form a venture capital department. Following a crash course in videography, groups plan and create short video pitches to demonstrate their expertise. Videos are shared with other teams and the group with the winning video chooses an actual entrepreneur that will receive a micro loan.
In Make Your Own Roller Coaster, teams are challenged to create a marble roller coaster. The program incorporates engineering dilemmas, cooperative problem solving and innovative thinking processes. Roller Coaster templates are donated to schools and children's organizations upon completion.

Teams launch their group to victory in the entertaining Catapult program. Participants must design a working catapult that will be used to attack the castles they assemble. The interactive exercise is a light-hearted session that encourages artistic skills, role-playing and imagination, while utilizing skills in science and physics. Competitors learn through play and kits are donated to children's organizations upon completion.

The culinary Fiesta Challenge is making a return this year as one of the most requested team building programs. Groups are asked to create a recipe for a stunning snack using salsa, guacamole and Sangria. The program can be customized with piñatas and maracas for donation to children's charities.

Green technology takes center stage in Race For Recycling, in which teams build an environmentally friendly car using solar power and recycled products. The team building exercise incorporates principles of energy conservation, organizational skills and recycling, culminating in the ultimate tournament. The kits, cars and educational materials are donated to local schools.

Teams come together to make a difference in the lives of hospital-bound children in the Helping Children Heal exercise at Philly Hops. The inspirational program combines imagination, games and activities in a medical-themed session that includes the creation of a custom coloring book and piñatas that are donated to brighten the lives of community children.

Food, fun and themed topiaries are combined to create edible, kid-friendly treats and a message of hope for children during Philly Hops The Giving Tree program. Teams collect items that will be used to decorate food-themed topiaries in preparation for donating them to children in need. The trees are adorned with participants' handwritten "leaves" of wishes, inspiration and encouragement. The session can be used as a stand-alone activity or as an addition to other programs.
Teddy bears have the power to provide comfort and solace and the Team Teddy Bears program connect participants with the local community. Participants play games to earn Teddy Bear Bucks to obtain costumes and props for the creation of a custom Teddy bear that will star in its own storybook adventure written by the bear's creators. Bears are donated to local charities.

Fans can follow Philly Hops and its sister company Go Team Building on Facebook at, on Twitter at, on Google Plus, and on LinkedIn at Visitors to the official website can obtain the free report, "9 Steps to Organizing a Successful Team Building Event".

The Spring 2013 team building programs at Philly Hops offer sessions filled with fun that give back to the community. The firm's unique programs allow participants to step out of their comfort zone in an atmosphere that fosters creativity and acceptance, with fun-filled activities that benefit those who need them the most.

Philly Hops can be reached by phone at 215-426-5644 or via email to or with the convenient form on the website. For more information, visit the website at


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